Our family loved this study. I enjoyed it so much that I will be teaching it at our local Christian Co-Op this session. Thank you for making these!
This is a great way to help kids understand what it means to be a good friend in the way God intends for us.
I’m so excited about this study for my 12 year old. Her friend picker has been a little off, and it is my prayer that this beautifully written Bible study will remind her of the importance of wise friendships. Kim and the Not Consumed team did such a great job showing the right types of friendships w/ Jesus, Parents, Siblings and wise friends!
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my nephew- he is 16 and just started attending a community college to receive credits for both homeschool courses and towards his associates degree! He is enjoying this study!! I just think it's so great to talk about friendships- to any kiddo! I feel like I wasn't really taught what healthy friendships look like- let alone what God has to say about them!!
I'm absolutely loving these studies with my 4 kiddos! Its the perfect open and go curriculum for any family wanting to teach their kids about God! Highly recommend!
Great to see a curriculum that promotes that friends are wonderful but that there is a definite level of importance to them. The world tells our kids that friends are so important, but having the wrong friends and putting them in the wrong order can be worse than having no friends at all.
So frequently in our culture we toss around the word "friend." Go to the playground and you will see a child tell their mother they made a new friend. This study has reminded my children (9 and 13) what a true friend looks like and how to be one. I love the reminder that Jesus, parents, and siblings are friends with different authority.
My kids and I love these programs! My kids range from 8-14 in age. Thank you for working so hard to help our families have some spiritual enlightenment in their lives!
Making friends is SO hard, and I loved how this study didn't shy away from what the Bible says about it. It challenged not only my kids but myself.
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